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Topic - Ken Cuccinelli
They are at it again. They are again telling Republicans and conservatives how dreadful their political condition really is. I am speaking, of course, of the voices of the kultursmog, and to hear them tell it, we are in a heck of a heap. We lost the governorship of Virginia. Even worse, we won the governorship of New Jersey. What dreadful news.
I've finally had it with the Republican Party. Their abandonment of Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli prior to the election on Tuesday was shameful and disgusting.
Democrats will use 'war on women' as long as it goes unchallenged
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday that he hopes the administration of his successor, Bill de Blasio, "is even better" than his own.
The voter divide still holds the political seesaw in balance
A leading tea party group Thursday took on "the GOP establishment" for "abandoning a winnable race in a key swing state by withholding support" for Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli.
Earl Long, the "late and great governor of Louisiana," once boasted that he knew how to fix an election, and a voting machine was no more difficult to master than a paper ballot. "I can make a voting machine play 'Home on the Range' all night long," he said.
The days following an election are spent reflecting on the lessons drawn from what went wrong and what went right. For Virginia Republicans, not much went right. For Democrats, just enough went right to win.
Rush Limbaugh wants it on the record: the GOP "betrayed" Ken Cuccinelli.
Democrats spent heavily to win Virginia's governorship, but Republicans said Wednesday that the closer-than-expected loss by state Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II provided a clear demonstration of how they can exploit the unpopularity of Obamacare next year to win the congressional midterm elections.
Some Republicans have sought to cast Tuesday's elections as a referendum on the disastrous rollout of Obamacare, but the White House argues that voters actually care much more about the recent government shutdown.
A recent TV ad shows a conservative who is against Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli because he does not want to vote for a politician who "wants to be in my home." Since Terry McAuliffe supports President Obama on all things liberal, let's just count a couple of ways Mr. McAuliffe not only wants to be "in our home," but whose policies are actually destroying our lives, liberty and property.
It is a new book with a monumental title from Newt Gingrich, and it arrives Monday. "Breakout: Pioneers of the Future, Prison Guards of the Past, and the Epic Battle That Will Decide America's Fate" singles out enemies and rallies the troops, grass-roots and otherwise.
Since when is fighting higher taxes and socialized medicine — or defending traditional values and fair elections "dangerous?"
Republican Kenneth T. Cuccinelli got a boost from two midwestern Republican heavyweights Saturday as he tried to spur his voters to the polls by casting Tuesday's gubernatorial election as a referendum on President Obama's health care overhaul.
"If people thought the denial of their liberty under Obamacare was over, Terry McAuliffe and Kathleen Murphy have got a lot more in store for you," Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican candidate for governor, said on Washington's WMAL radio on Monday.
FILE - In this Oct. 24, 2013 file photo, Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, speaks in Blacksburg, Va.